Parc Regency, Plentong, Johor
Parc Regency is an exclusive serviced apartment, located along Jalan Masai Jaya, Plentong, Johor Bahru. It offers vibrant lifestyle in the most tranquil environment surrounded with other developmental projects that have risen around the towering apartment.
Parc Regency which is sited on 9.15 acres of land comprises of five towering blocks with a total of 2,352 units to choose from. Each block elevates up to 22-storey high, with housing units encompass options of Studio, 1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom & 2+1 Bedroom. Built-up sizes range from 430 sq.ft. to 1,010 sq. ft.; while selling price ranging from RM162,000 – RM563,000 per unit, making it an affordable property in town. The residents are given the privilege of one parking spot (random) for each unit, as it has seven storeys podium of car park for the reassurance of unit holders.
Gated and guarded with 24-hour security surveillance, the Parc Regency has direct access to Pasir Gudang Highway. The highway is one of the main roads from Perling to Pasir Gudang and it is also about 1.5 km away from the Tebrau Highway. Also, it takes a short and easy drive to Bandar Baru Permas Jaya, Johor Bahru or Pasir Gudang via Jalan Masai Baru and the Pasir Gudang Highway.
About the Developer
Mayland Group is one of the leading developers in Malaysia, with numerous dynamic projects in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor and Putrajaya. A pioneer in developing studio service apartments in Malaysia, Mayland continues its quest to create a better life for communities through innovative residential and commercial properties that have created and unlocked the value of their locations, enabling buyers to profit from the significant appreciation of their investments. Mayland has developed more than 10,000 units of properties to date, and owns a total land bank of over 500 acres across Malaysia.
The Group was founded in 1995 by Tan Sri Dato’ David Chu, one of Malaysia’s prominent entrepreneurs, who is also the Chairman and owner of Mayland. In addition, Tan Sri Dato’ David Chu is also the CEO of Far East Consortium and Chairman of Kosmopolito Hotels International, both of which are listed on the HKSE. A sharp businessman with a keen eye for property development opportunities, he is also a philanthropist at heart, having contributed over US$2mil to community services and several charitable organisations last year.